The coronavirus tragedy is still ravaging its way around the world as I write this — especially here in the United States. Two million people have been struck by it so far, and 120,000 are dead. The USA’s 560,000 cases are three times more than any other nation. And the 22,000 who have died in […]
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Another thriller writer I got to know over the years was Ray Bradbury. His gripping science fiction books included Fahrenheit 451 and The Martian Chronicles, which showed his skill at weaving suspense into futuristic tales. Sometimes I would drop by his house at 10265 Cheviot Drive in the Cheviot Hills area of Los Angeles for […]
My walk on the ragged edge of the law and common sense in Alexandria, Egypt, began innocently enough. I had traveled to this city on the shore of the Mediterranean Sea because I needed to scout an off-limits Egyptian Navy facility which contained the country’s naval headquarters. It was perched on the western tip of […]
One of the great things about being a thriller writer is the talented friends you get to enjoy over the years. Herbert Crowder was one of those friends. When his first successful book “Ambush at Osirak” was published in 1988 it became a New York Times bestseller. The way Bert told me the story, he […]